US military plane crashes in Norway

Four people were on board the plane, which was engaged in training. Surveillance has identified the scene of the accident. The fate of the film crew is unknown.

Scandinavian emergency services say a U.S. military plane carrying four people involved in NATO maneuvers in Norway went missing on Friday, March 18. “The US military plane, US OSPREY, was reported missing at 6:26 p.m. (17h26 GMT) South of Bodo (North), Northern Norway Rescue Services (HRS) said in a report that the weather in the area was bad. Four people were on board as part of the Exercise Gold Response exercise, which involved 200 aircraft and about 50 ships.

The US military has confirmed that “Incident” It happened when the Marine Corps Aspray plane was involved “I trained in Norway as part of Exercise Gold Response 22”.

“Discoveries were made from the air at 9:17 p.m. (Missing area) At Gråtådalen in Beiarn. Unable to land on site due to weather.The report said help would come. “We’m not on site, so we do not know anything about the four people on board. But we know it was an accident site.”HRS spokesman Jan Eskil Severinsen told public television NRK.

The Gold Response 2022 exercise aims to test Norway’s ability to obtain external reinforcements in the event of a third country occupation under Article 5 of the NATO Charter.

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